OH 1876 | Oral History

OH 1876

Flight instructor at Tuskegee Army Airfield. Childhood in Macon, Georgia; Army Air Corps flight training; selection as a flight instructor; assignment to Tuskegee Army Airfield; segregation at Tuskegee; reaction of white community to black pilots; reassignment as a bomber pilot; transition to Reserves at end of war; discharge form Reserves; thoughts on time at Tuskegee; post-military life.

About this Oral History

Physical Description 92 pp. plus documents (16 pp.)
Terms of Use Open
Interviewer(s) Todd Moye
Date of Interview June 2, 2015

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